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Frost Great Outdoors

Frost Great Outdoors
Launched 2011
Owned by Luken Communications
Country United States
Sister channel(s) Retro Television Network
Tuff TV
My Family TV

Frost Great Outdoors (FGO) is a United States television network, operated as a joint venture between Luken Communications and Frost Cutlery, a cutlery manufacturer based in Ooltewah, Tennessee. FGO began programming in late fall 2011, and, as of July 2014, has six broadcast affiliates. The network does not yet have a website. The network carries outdoors programming, along with home shopping from Frost Cutlery during certain hours, mostly on weekends.


City Station Channel Owner
Birmingham, Alabama WRTD-LD 46.5 Digital Networks
Cortez, Colorado K30HJ-D 30.5 Southwest Colorado TV Translator Association
East Bernstadt, Kentucky WOBZ-LD 9.2 ARK-TV
Roscommon, Michigan WURO-LD 18.4 M33 Media, LLC
Kalispell, Montana K34MJ-D 34.4 Weese Enterprises
Memphis, Tennessee WBII-CD 20.2 Mid-South Broadcasting

Former Affiliates

City Station Channel Owner Notes
Atlanta, Georgia WTBS-LD 26.10 Prism Broadcasting Channel is now blank
Chattanooga, Tennessee WOOT-LD 6.4 Luken Communications Now Tuff TV
Wichita, Kansas KSMI-LD 51.5 Luken Communications Now Tuff TV


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External links

  • Luken Communications website
  • Frost Cutlery
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